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Welcome home but…

DEAR deportees, only this once shall I refer to you by this not-so glamorous title, welcome home.  There is...

Lessons from South Africa

AS South Africa and the ‘rest’ of the world celebrated the International Nelson Mandela Day on Sunday, under a dark cloud of...


Telling our stories key

THERE is something interesting I have observed over time. Our liberation wars narratives are finding space in the media.

Third wave: No end in sight to COVID-19

THE resurgence of the COVID-19 virus in the form of the raging third wave has served to remind the world, Zimbabwe included,...

Let us not be complacent

Heroes worth emulating

We must all have faith


Minerals: Zvicherwa zvevhu – Part Three…closer look at gold

ON Earth, gold is found in ores in rock formed from the Precambrian time onward.  During the 19th Century,...

Occupational industrial and mining diseases in Zim

IN pre-independent Zimbabwe indigenous African workers at the mercy of colonial Rhodesian industrialists succumbed to many diseases and adverse health conditions with...


Being led astray…living by the standards of those who treat us...

By Nthungo YaAfrika ACCORDING to the whiteman’s history, modern history starts from their Middle Ages to the present; which...

‘You still live Prof’

 ‘You still live Prof’  SHEUNESU MPEPEREKI.  A boy who grew up into a young man full...


Mbuya Nehanda is indestructible

WE know who gets upset whenever things seem to be going right for Zimbabwe.  It is not social media.

Universities must be innovative

By Saul Gwakuba-Ndlovu FOLLOWING the raising of red flags by some climatologists that the world’s climate is changing, many...


UK threatens wildlife management in Africa

By Emmanuel Koro OBSERVERS worldwide are appalled by the proposed British Government anti-trophy hunting imports Bill. 

Zimbabwe and China strengthen ties

ZIMBABWE’s potential as an attractive tourist and investment destination is estimated at US$4 trillion. As the country opens up...


Country ready for summer cropping

AS the winter season comes to an end, Government has stepped up preparations for the 2021/2022 summer cropping season. 

Time to invest in ginger

THE advent of COVID-19 pandemic led many to resort to various home remedies to try and protect themselves from contracting the virus.


Blind musicians who excelled against all odds

By Fidelis Manyange THE death of the great Steve Kekana, one of Africa’s prominent blind musicians, has led this...

The Dembo genius… do people really know him?

By Fidelis Manyange IT is now 25 years since the death of the legendary Leonard Tazvivinga, also known in...

Unpacking gospel music genre



Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul...

By: Knox Chitiyo and Steve Kibble Download full document here

ZANU PF Election Manifesto

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Constitution Of Zimbabwe


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